Reading is one of my favorite activities, whether I’m on vacation, camping, at the beach or curled up in my couch at home. Last summer, I read lots of books as there were not many events or outdoor activities to do, due to the pandemic. Anyway, in today’s post, I’m going to be listing a couple books on my summer reading list and a few resources you can read on.
So, here are some books on my summer reading list:
- 7 Habits of Effective Teens By Stephen Covey
- The Line Tender by Kate Allen
- Arise by Tara Hudson
- Number the Stars by Lois Lowry
- Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan
- The 47 People You’ll Meet in high school by Kristin Mahoney
- The Science of Breakable Things by Tae Keller
- To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
- The Luck Uglies by Paul Durham
- Britfield and the Lost Crown by C. R. Stewart
- Broken Strings by Eric Walters
- The Secret Life of Ms. Finkleman by Ben H. Winters
There are many online sites that provide free resources – lots of ebooks, audio books, movies, webinars and various activities. If you want to read on the internet, here are some resources:
Audible – Audible has millions of audiobooks.
Many Books – There are tons of eBooks on Many Books that are 100% free.
Open Library– They have published more than 130,000 public lists.
Planet eBook – This site is pretty easy to navigate and is suitable for advanced or older readers.
Google Books – Google Books is a search box that has varieties of digital books. Type any book’s name in the search bar and from a drop-down list select “Free Google eBooks”.
Storynory – This site has a collection of books with audio stories that let kids read along. You can even translate the text into different languages.
Vancouver Public Library – They have tons of books, ebooks, movies, music and magazines across 21 locations in Vancouver. All members get free access to these resources.
Surrey Libraries – you can find many books and other resources on the Surrey Libraries Website.
epic – there are many books on epic including, audio books, regular books, read along books, and it even includes videos.
I have used many of these sources and they’re all amazing. I do plan on reading a lot this summer, as I already mentioned. Anyway, what are some books on your bucket list for this summer?